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Lawrence Wold, Sterling Kozlowski elected to board of Foundation for Maine’s Community Colleges

Posted July 16, 2013, at 4:49 p.m.
Sterling Kozlowski
Sterling Kozlowski
Lawrence Wold
Lawrence Wold

SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine — The Board of Directors for The Foundation for Maine’s Community Colleges (FMCC) is pleased to welcome two new members. Sterling Kozlowski and Lawrence A. Wold were elected to the Board on May 21, the Board announced in June.

Sterling Kozlowski is Regional Sales Executive-Market President of KeyCorp’s New England District. He oversees Key’s Community Bank franchise and is responsible for growing the client base in business banking, private banking and commercial banking businesses.  He also partners with the sales managers of Retail Banking, Key Community Development Bank, Key Investment Services and Key Wealth Management Group, to ensure the seamless delivery of services to clients throughout Maine and Vermont which includes 73 branches. Prior to his appointment at Key in June 2006, Kozlowski was senior vice president of National Small Business Banking for HSBC Bank USA.

Larry Wold is Maine Market President for TD Bank. He has almost 30 years of commercial lending experience in Maine. Prior to his current position, he served as TD Bank’s Executive Vice President of Commercial Lending, Southern Maine Region. Larry joined the company in 1991 as a Commercial Loan Officer. He began his banking career in the commercial lending department of Casco Bank, the Maine affiliate of the Bank of Boston.

The Foundation for Maine’s Community Colleges is dedicated to ensuring that the state’s seven community colleges have the resources they need to provide a high quality, affordable, and accessible college education for Maine people. Currently, the Foundation is focused on providing support in four key areas; instructional equipment and technology, capital upgrades, new and expanded academic and occupational programming, and student support. More information about the Foundation is available at: www.maineccfoundation.org.  Information about the Maine Community College System is available at www.mccs.me.edu.

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